Laser systems

Ultrafast lasers

Fianium has developed its own product range based on its high-power modelocked fibre laser systems, covering the spectrum from the 266nm to beyond 2µm.


KMLabs has introduced the Wyvern laser. KMLabs has introduced the Wyvern laser. The laser produces light with the following properties: 20µJ at 100kHz, sub-50fs, with a 50kHz-200kHz repetition rate range.

Pulsed fibre lasers

Multiwave Photonics' line of pulsed fibre lasers are based on a MOPA (Master Oscillator Power Amplifier) architecture that incorporates the pulsed seed laser.

HD series

EdgeWave has introduced the new HD series of high-power Innoslab-lasers for industrial and scientific applications. The average powers of model HD40I-E and HD60I-E lasers are 400W and 600W respectively.

AccuScribe 2112 and 2150

New Wave Research has released the AccuScribe 2112 and AccuScribe 2150 high-speed wafer-scribing systems. Each system delivers 12 to 14 wafers per hour - a 20 per cent increase on previous models.

Solid-state lasers

Pulsed solid-state lasers with wavelengths from 355 to 1064nm are now available from AMS Technologies in Germany, Italy and Spain.


Elliot Scientific is providing Femtolasers Produktion's new range of ultra-compact Ti:Sapphire oscillators combining integrated design with customer accessibility, ensuring maximum stability and ease of operation.

Avia 355-14

Coherent has expanded its popular Avia product family of UV lasers with a new, intermediate power level model in a package optimised for cost-effective micromachining at high throughput rates.


Menlo Systems, a German-based laser manufacturer, has recently released its most compact femtosecond fibre laser, the T-Light, with excelent beam quality and a long life span.

Etna HP

Thales Laser has added the new Etna HP to its Etna family of lasers. This Nd:YAG laser, available in IR and green versions, delivers 55W to 150W at 532 nm and 80W to 200W at 1064 nm.


Subscribe to RSS - Laser systems